Friday, June 24, 2016

Higher Ed cuts prompt OSU tuition hike - Michelle Charles, Stillwater News Press

The OSU/A&M Board of Regents approved a 2017 operating budget that includes tuition increases for the more than 35,000 students at OSU’s five branch campuses: OSU-Stillwater and Tulsa, OSU Center for Health Sciences, OSU-Oklahoma City and OSU Institute of Technology. The increase is meant to offset cuts to state funding. Starting this fall, OSU-Stillwater tuition and mandatory fees will increase 7 percent for in-state and non-resident undergraduate students, as well as in-state graduate students. Non-resident graduates students will pay 5.2 percent more. The increases are based on 30 credit hours for undergraduate students and 24 credit hours for graduate students.

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